Monday, July 25, 2016

Hell's Kitchen Radio #267: Election Night Special

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Back on the air after a month away. I don't care to take so much time away from the aural pleasures that radio brings, but it had to be done. I traveled with my wife and daughter up to the great Northwest Territories! By that I mean Vancouver, Seattle and Portland.

I won't share the clusterfuck we got into at SFO when they wouldn't let my 11 year old daughter fly without a passport. Needless to say, we made it to all of our destinations, albeit about $1000 less in our pockets than I would have liked. ugh

We spent two days wandering around the EMP in Seattle. If you travel to that great town, please do your self a favor and go there. If you're a music fan, and I know that you are, you won't regret it.

Voodoo Donuts are overrated. There, I said it. Who the hell needs a Cap'n Crunch donut? Besides I live in San Francisco. We have Bob's. I do love me some Portland though. I will most likely retire there and start a radio station. HA!

On with the show.

The first hour pays homage to my late teens and early 20s. Spending time at the EMP inspired me to go back and listen to items on my shelf that may have collected a bit of dust.

The second hour is full of some tasty and rare surprises. A "new" Betty Davis LP issue of an oft-rumored Miles Davis-produced session was worth the wait. I have some new Melvins in there, as well as a number of live cuts from the likes of Tom Waits, Dave Bromberg, Allman Brothers.

I also blather on about the election, and croon about how much I love you.

Next Monday night, Little Lauson Hell makes an appearance. Tune in 8-10PM every Monday night!

I'm going to Bob's now.



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I Love Living in the City: Danko Jones
A Million Miles Away: The Plimsouls
I'm Spun: Mudhoney

Scoff: Nirvana
Caliente: Supersuckers
Elvis is Everywhere: Mojo Nixon

Squeeze Me Macaroni: Mr Bungle
Goofy's Concern: Butthole Surfers
Son of Mustang Ford: Swervedriver

Summer Babe: Pavement
Too Many Puppies: Primus

Politician Man: Betty Davis
Planet Destructo: Melvins
Livin' On The Open Road: Delaney and Bonnie and Friend (feat. Duane Allman)

I Will Not Be Your Fool: Dave Bromberg
Warm Beer and Cold Women: Tom Waits

Summertime: Big Brother and the Holding Company
Done Somebody Wrong: Allman Brothers
Franks Kaktus: Dungen

Wait, Let's Go: Thee Oh Sees
Valley Girl: Meatbodies
Equal Rights: Flat Earthers

In 1994 I had the "pleasure" to interview Mojo Nixon in Austin, during SXSW. He's Mojo 24/7

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